But note that the alternate approach of a "break-after" paragraph (i.e. one
with 999 pts of space after) doesn't require any change to the TOC setup at
all. Which is one reason why I personally prefer that approach.
> From: docudoc at hotmail.com
> To: alison.craig at ultrasonix.com; generic668 at yahoo.ca; framers at
> Subject: RE: Creating an FM9 Style to Apply Forced Page Breaks
> Date: Tue, 23 Jun 2009 15:47:47 -0400
> You just have to edit the TOC setup to include both the regular and the
> "break-before" versions of each heading. In other words, both H1 and
> H1_break, both H2 and H2_break, etc. Works like a champ.
> -Fred Ridder
> > From: Alison.Craig at ultrasonix.com
> > To: generic668 at yahoo.ca; framers at lists.frameusers.com
> > Date: Tue, 23 Jun 2009 12:23:24 -0700
> > Subject: RE: Creating an FM9 Style to Apply Forced Page Breaks
> > I'd already thought of that, but... won't it affect the auto-creation of
> > TOC entries from Headings?
> > Alison
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Writer [mailto:generic668 at yahoo.ca]
> > Sent: Tuesday, June 23, 2009 11:03 AM
> > To: framers at lists.frameusers.com; Alison Craig
> > Subject: Re: Creating an FM9 Style to Apply Forced Page Breaks
> > On the Pagination tab of the Paragraph Designer, you can set the paratag to
> > start at the top of the next page by setting Start to Top of Page.
> > For example, if you have an H1 tag, you can create a "twin" tag called
> > H1_break, but set it to start at the top of the next page.
> > Nadine
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